Ephesians 4:32 ESV
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.
Forgiving Like God :Ephesians 4:32
Forgive Just as God in Christ Also Has Forgiven You
How do we get what we need to forgive those who sin against us?
Lesson 38: How Can I Ever Forgive? (Ephesians 4:32)
The Spanish have a story about a father and son who had become estranged. The son left home and the father set out to find him. He searched for many months with no success. Finally, in desperation, the father took out a newspaper ad that read, Dear Paco, meet me in front of this...
Forgive Because God Forgave You
We will all be hurt in this life. Many times well be hurt intentionally by what people say about us or what people do to us. In fact, any time we read the word forgiveness Continue reading Forgive Because God Forgave You
Be kind to one another
Be kind to one another! This is a commandment and an invitation. A tender heart is very rare, but we all have very good reason to show compassion! Read more
Saving Faith Loves Forgiveness
Faith in Gods forgiveness means savoring the truth that a forgiving God is the most precious reality in the universe.
Four Characteristics of Biblical Forgiveness
Biblical forgiveness is not a cheap term you just throw around that instantly makes everybody feel better. Thats not real forgiveness. The Bible says there are four characteristics to biblical forgiveness: Forgiveness is remembering how & Continue reading Four Characteristics of...
The two levels of forgiveness
All should be forgiven, and the thoughtless especially. Leo Tolstoy, Where Love Is (New York, 1915), page 20. The Lord taught us to forgive at two levels. Down in our hearts, our forgiveness must be unconditional, since God forgives us: . . . as God in Christ forgave you (Ephesia...
Because We're Forgiven
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ ... Ephesians 4:32 ... And let us love each other well
The Most Important Text on Marriage
Ask yourself: Is my prevailing heart-orientation toward my spouse one of compassion or frustration?